As the country's national elections near in August, William Somoei Ruto appears to be the front-runner among Kenyans. The general elections are just 34 days away. According to the most recent poll, Ruto is the chosen candidate in seven regions, while Raila is the preferred candidate in five regions. They have no ties to any particular region.
In addition to George Wajackoyah of the Roots Party and Waihiga Mwaure of the Agano Party, the IRS research group has ranked George Wajackoyah. In most areas, Wajackoyah comes in third. Across the board, Mwaure has a bad reputation.
According to the poll, Northern Kenya, Mount Kenya East, Mount Kenya West, Mount Nairobi Diaspora, and the Central Rift are all in Ruto's favor, according to the poll. Raila has a significant lead in the regions of the Coast, South Eastern Kenya, Central Nyanza, South Nyanza, and Nairobi.
In the upcoming August general elections, who is your favorite presidential candidate?
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